Bram Stoker Estate

Bram Stoker Estate



The Authoritative Resource for Information about Bram Stoker’s Life and Work


Dacre Calder Stoker        Robin Guy MacCaw       Jenness R.F. Stoker

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Bram Stoker Estate

Bram Stoker LLC

Arms of Stoker of Dublin

    In response to the continuing worldwide fascination with Bram Stoker and his most iconic creation, Count Dracula, the descendants of Bram Stoker have taken an active role in ensuring their famous ancestor’s intellectual property rights are preserved and protected.  Their mission includes ensuring the availability of historically accurate information about Bram Stoker and his life, collaboration with individuals and entities of like purpose, and placing a suitable statue of him in Dublin, the city of his birth.

    The success of Dracula has overshadowed Bram Stoker’s other accomplishments; not only was he a successful author, in his lifetime this Victorian gentleman was well known as manager of the Lyceum Theater in London, personal secretary and dutiful friend to Sir Henry Irving, the most famous actor of Victorian England. In addition to his close-knit, and internationally accomplished family members, Bram Stoker enjoyed life-long friendships with the most fascinating characters in literary, political, and artistic circles of his day such as the Wilde family, Walt Whitman, Mark Twain, and Prime Minister Gladstone. 


Stoker on Stoker


Martin Cribbs, president of Cribbs Consulting of New York is the Bram Stoker Estate’s exclusive licensing agent, and welcomes inquiries regarding appropriate commercial ventures.  Contact Martin Cribbs.


Page updated 30 April 2013

Over the last three years, Dracula fans, scholars, and historians in Europe, North and South America have enthusiastically welcomed Dacre Stoker’s unique perspective on the Stoker legacy. Records which have been in the possession of the Dobbs, MacCaw, and Stoker families as well as recollections by Bram Stoker’s closest living relatives complete the multi-faceted picture of the life and times of the charming, “red-bearded Irishman”, as revealed by Dacre Stoker in his illustrated presentation, “Stoker on Stoker”.